Christology - Unit 6 Test
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The universal call from God is a call to _____.
God, Others, Ourselves
Who does Jesus' Great Commandment call us to love?
1. Have worked to be more closely united to Christ
2. Trust in God's love and respond to it
Saints are humans who _____.
Guidelines for living as God desires
The Beatitudes are _____.
End of times
Eschatology is the theological term for the study of the _____
Catholic theology understands two judgements _____ and final
At the Transfiguration, Jesus becomes the unitive point between the Law and the _____, represented by Moses and Elijah respectively.
Death, Judgement, Heaven, Hell
Name the Last Four Things
Eternal existence in the glorious presence of God and all that is good is called what?
The "bad news" is, you must spend some time doing penance for your sins. The "good news" is, you are definitely going to heaven. This statement is a reference to _____.
The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, Counsel, Fortitude, Piety and Fear of the Lord are _____.
_____ is the best role model for people wondering how best to live the Christian single life.
Is not to be taken literally and simply means, "for the rest of time"
The Catholic understanding of Millennialism is that the 1,000 years _____.
1. It is the raising of one's mind and heart to God
2. It is the requesting of good things from God
3. It requires us to be humble
What can we say about prayer?
Acknowledging God's graciousness in all of life is an example of this type of prayer.
Being able to devote more of your time and energies into your passions and being able to change priorities and plans without consulting a spouse are some of the _____ of living the Christian single life
Diocesan priests are most often assigned to a particular _____ within the diocese of the Bishop
The bishops of the church today are in a direct line to the original apostles. This is referred to as _____
Taking time to listen to God
A most important part of prayer that people often neglect is _____.
Change us to God's will
Prayer should ultimately _____.
The Christian single life should be respected as a(n) _____ vocation.
Pope, Cardinal, Archbishop
What are the political positions in the Church hierarchy?
Special God-given gifts lived out by religious communities for the purpose of building up the Kingdom of God.
_____ deacons are single men ordained as deacons who are in the formation for priesthood.
Have a strong circle of friends and stay active
To avoid the challenge of loneliness, a person living the Christian single life must _____.
Deacon, Priest, Bishop
What are the ordained people in the Church?
_____ deacons are single or married men ordained as deacons for the rest of their lives.
The Book of the Gospels
At his ordination a deacon is presented with _____.
Be a spiritual and administrative assistant to the Bishop
The specific role of a priest is to _____.
_____ is the appropriate use of our sexuality depending on your state in life and the relationship you have with a particular person.
The paten and chalice
At his ordination a priest is presented with _____.
The Spiritual and administrative leader of the diocese normally is the _____.
1. In the direct line to St. Peter
2. Also referred to as Pope
The Bishop of Rome is _____.
Ring, Crozier, and Miter
At his ordination a bishop is presented with _____.
Poverty, Chastity and Obedience are considered the _____.
The Body of Christ
According to 1 Corinthians 12:12-26, our active participation as members of The Church using our own individual God-given gifts for the building up of the Kingdom of God is theologically referred to as being members of _____.
1. Own everything in common
2. Have what you need to live a life of human dignity, nothing more
3. Owning nothing yourself
4. Recognizing and responding to the needs of others
5. Storing up treasures in heaven rather than on earth
The vow of poverty involves what?
1. The successful integration of sexuality within the person
2. Keeping your sexuality appropriate to your relationships
3. Respecting yourself and others as Children of God
The vow of chastity involves what?
1. Following the rightful expectations of the Order
2. Living in unity and harmony
3. "Heaven on Earth"
The vow of Obedience involves what?
Unity and Procreation
The two purposes of marriage are _____.
1. Recognition and acceptance of Jesus as the Son of God
2. Willingness to believe and trust in what Jesus has taught us
3. Our faith has practical implications for daily life
4. Active participation in the Church community
Christian discipleship requires what?
The Great Commission was given to the disciples at the _____.
Becoming a "mouthpiece" and "witness" for God.
Making your life a sacrifice for others
Being a person of Prayer
Being a servant leader
Being a benevolent leader
Bringing God and people together
Listening to God's Word in our own lives
Being a leader to that which is good